The facts have come out that lockdowns were not necessary and what was hyped as a deadly virus turned out to be no worse than a bad seasonal flu. Those who have been paying attention learned that draconian restrictions imposed by politicians and bureaucrats like mask mandates, were never about a virus and all about control of the population.
Unfortunately, when the president signed the (still-in-effect) unnecessary national emergency order, and politician’s fear-based decisions caused the economy and businesses to tank, industries like the airlines and transportation sectors took bailout money with strings attached. Some of these “strings” include requiring employees and customers to wear face masks.
It is not legal or acceptable for non-medically certified business owners and their employees to enforce medical (mask) interventions by taking on the role of the government’s face mask police. It’s far past time to honestly evaluate the legitimacy of unscientific and unlawful c*vid rules and immediately correct them.
Face Mask- Congressional Record July 2020
P. H4106 Link
“SEC. 420. None of the funds made available by this Act may be used in contravention of section 2635.702 of title 5, Code of Federal Regulations.
SEC. 421. (a) For the duration of the national emergency declared by the President under the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) related to the pandemic of SARS–CoV–2 or coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID–19), an air carrier operating under part 121 of title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, shall—
(1) require each passenger and cabin crewmember to wear a mask or protective face covering while on board an aircraft of the air carrier;
(2) require each flight crewmember to wear a mask or protective face covering while on board an aircraft but outside the flight deck;
(3) submit to the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration a proposal to permit flight crew members of the air carrier to wear a mask or protective face covering while at their stations in the flight deck, including a safety risk assessment with respect to such proposal;
(4) provide flight and cabin crewmembers, airport customer service agents, and other employees whose job responsibilities involve interaction with passengers with masks or protective face coverings, gloves, and hand sanitizer and wipes with sufficient alcohol content;
(5) ensure aircraft, including the cockpit and cabin, operated by such carrier are cleaned, disinfected, and sanitized after each use in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance;
(6) ensure enclosed facilities owned, operated, or used by such air carrier, including facilities used for flight or cabin crewmember training or performance of indoor maintenance, repair, or overhaul work, are cleaned, disinfected, and sanitized frequently in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance;
(7) provide air carrier employees whose job responsibilities involve cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing aircraft or enclosed facilities described in paragraphs (5) and (6) with masks or protective face coverings and gloves, and ensure that each contractor of the air carrier provides employees of such contractor with such materials; and
(8) establish guidelines, or adhere to applicable guidelines, for notifying employees of a confirmed COVID–19 diagnosis of an employee of such air carrier and for identifying other air carrier employees whom such employee contacted in the 48-hour period before the employee developed symptoms.
(b)(1) IN GENERAL.—For the duration of the national emergency declared by the President under the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) related to the pandemic of SARS– CoV–2 or coronavirus disease (COVID–19), Amtrak shall—
(A) require each passenger and employee of Amtrak, including engineers, conductors, and onboard service workers, to wear a mask or other protective face covering while onboard an Amtrak train;
(B) take such actions as are reasonable to ensure passenger compliance with the requirement under subparagraph (A);
(C) provide masks or protective face coverings, gloves, and hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes with sufficient alcohol content to—
(i) conductors, engineers, and onboard service workers..”
“No matter what you choose, headsock, neoprene-type, fancy mask, cheap mask, N95, the best available, none of them, allow you to breathe in the required oxygen level, which should be close to 21%…”